See if you will like college life.
Focus on your negative learning habits.
Provide a picture of how you see yourself as a student.
Test you on your ability to follow directions.
Think about risks before moving ahead.
Consider several points of view before making an attempt on a problem.
Value patience and a thorough approach to understanding information.
Jump in and start doing things immediately because this helps her learn.
It is impossible to develop skills in more than one intelligence.
Each of us has all of the intelligences to some degree.
The nine intelligences are most helpful in the school environment.
IQ scores will tell us which students will succeed in school.
Willing to take responsibility for everything in her life.
Unable to accept paradox.
Cautious about change.
Highly concerned with grades.
An idea is only something to believe in.
An idea is a concept that can’t be tested.
A new idea cannot conflict with an old one.
An good idea must lead to action and results.
They are immediate and important goals.
They lead directly to our long-term goals.
They are small, easy jobs.
They cannot be postponed.
Making a detailed list of things to do.
Postponing decisions as long as possible.
Scheduling tasks at specific times of the day.
Focusing on the desired outcome.
The result is measurable.
The goal itself is measurable.
We keep the value of our goal in mind.
We get the results we intended.
Leaving them in a more generalized form.
Not questioning the assumptions you have made about their beginnings.
Examining them closely to see what they are really about.
Using them as ideas, not functions.
Setting a timeline for completing the activity.
Making the task meaningful.
Starting on Wednesday.
Doing something one way all the time.
To fight off tension and discomfort.
Not saying, “I don’t know.”
Don’t accept ideas that seem silly.
Work by yourself whenever possible.
Write the ideas down after the session.
Avoid making judgments and evaluations during the session.
Can only be done using the DOT method.
Permits all ideas to be expressed.
Will help you get promoted.
Promotes thorough thinking.
Scientists use only information that supports their work.
Scientists generally do not need to show their proof.
Theories are tentative and subject to change.
Scientists can choose which new ideas fit their theories best.
Use the “all-or-nothing” approach.
Question when a product is endorsed by a celebrity.
Try to divert attention from the relevant issue.
Recognize that most events have only one cause.